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this. fbi here now. feeling tired and exhausted. and earlier tom donnelly tweeted these photos of what appears to be the scene of the crime. look at this picture. you can see all the police over in this area. and you can also see the weapon over there to the left. and you'll see a picture much closer up right there. you see the gun right there on the ground and the police officers, tony. >> i can't imagine what it must have been like for the passengers in that airport today. >> reporter: yes. >> individuals, couples, families with children traveling on a friday. thank you. >> joining me now from washington, d.c. to talk about the security response to today ace deadly incident is jj green. jj, good to see you as always. >> good to be here. >> i want you to put everyone in the mind of the teams who are working this kind of thing. and talk to us about the mobilization that takes place, the training that these officers, the tsa agents, everyone involved in a situation like this. what is the training of these people go there to handle a situation like this at a major airport? >> well, they'
. in 1989, harry reid personally banned him. and reid reported a bribe to the fbi and arranged a meeting with the guy in his office. by agreement, the fbi agents burst in to arrest the guy at the point where harry reid asked, is this the money? but although he was taking part in a sting, harry reid was unable to control his temper. the videotape shows him getting up from his chair and saying [ bleep ], you tried to bribe me. and then harry reid, on tape, with the fbi there tried to choke the guy, the guy got eight months in prison, and later married latoya jackson, seriously. we have more with our interview today, including what harry reid thinks about cory booker, who is to be sworn in tomorrow. but when you see harry reid, there is something about the way he talks in person that is different in person than it is on camera. you have to trust me. it makes you remember where he comes from. trust me. we have more ahead. >> that must be music to the ears of frank sinatra who says he may eventually open a hotel casino now in las vegas, now that he once again has a nevada gaming license. the
angeles to meet with the fbi and the grieving family of tsa officer gerardo hernandez. so, tell me how l.a.x. is honoring this fallen tsa officer. >> reporter: well, it's just like the high security that we just heard about in the news conference, don, there is also going to be visible signs of mourning here at the united states sixth busiest airport. when you first drive in, there are these 100-foot pylons at the entrance of l.a.x. they are going to be lit blue, and that's going to be for the tsa. the tsa color up until thursday. and then once you get past the entrance and you start to check in, you'll see that the tsa officers here have on their badges a black band, and that is for their fallen officer, their fellow co-worker, mr. hernandez. what we're seeing here not just visible signs of security but also visible signs of grief, don. >> and what are investigators looking for at the airport today? we had a brief conversation about it, you know, just a couple minutes ago, but what exactly are they looking for today? >> reporter: well, the terminal has just reopened fully. we know that
, who in video appeared to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him. the fbi says ciancia gunned down two more tsa officers as he shot his way through the terminal. >> he made a conscious decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: the fbi says his bag contained five magazines full of ammo, along with a handwritten letter signed by ciancia, addressing the tsa directly, saying he hoped, quote, to instill fear on your traitorous minds. the widow of gerardo hernandez, the father of two in the line of fire, read a brief statement to reporters outside their home. >> i am truly devastated. we are all heartbroken and we miss him dearly. >> reporter: today, those iconic pillars of light, the symbols of l.a.x., are lit tsa blue in his honor. today, things are back to normal here in terminal three. ciancia is in a hospital bed, just a few miles away, said to be unresponsive after a gunshot wound to the head. if he ever does regain consciousness, he'll now be facing criminal charges that could carry the death penalty. david? >> david wright leading us off again toni
't have access to those who are at benghazi and who survived the attack on the consulate and the fbi interviews taken two days after the attack and never been provided to the congress and to me that's unacceptable. >> even? one like janet yellen who has been nominated to be the next chair of the federal reserve, you would hold up her nomination. the important work she needs to do in order to try to put pressure on the administration to make these people available? >> yeah. >> is that right? >> yes. why? why? because i think we can't live in a country when something bad happens, when there is a national security failure, the media has done -- a pretty good job of explaining to the fact -- to the american people the story told by the administration about what happened in benghazi does not have an ounce of truth in it. this was a pre-planned al qaeda inspired-led terrorist attack and protests gone bad. i find it appalling the congress can't talk to the people that survived the attack and be able to interview them independent of the executive branch. >> the spokesman for the white house
, no less than the fbi, is actively working to get an answer to that question, too. >> no justice. >> reporter: after months of rallies and protests, an announcement that the family of kendrick johnson hopes will lead to what they cnsider to be justice. >> at this time, however, i am of the opinion that a base exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: u.s. attorney michael moore supported by the fbi will soon head to valdosta, georgia to conduct a federal investigation into the death of 1-year-old kendrick johnson. >> i will follow the facts wherever -- wherever they lead. my objective is to discover the truth. >> hallelujah! >> thank you, jesus. >> thank you, jesus! >> reporter: kendrick's grandmother watched at announcement on a portable tv on the street corner where the family continues its eight-month sit-in, demanding answers. >> i'm so happy and i know we trust in the lord and we just had been down here rallying for 32 weeks for nothing. >> reporter: the johnson family never believed
. the criminal complaint filed in federal court saturday includes chilling new details about the rampage. the fbi said that he was dropped off at l.a.x. friday morning, in his bag, a smith and wesson assault rifle like this one, with five extra magazines, fully loaded. the fbi alleges that he walked up to the tsa check point and fired multiple shots at point blank range to a tsa officer. >> in these circumstances, the defendant faces either maximum penalty of life without the possibility of parole or the potential of the imposition of the death penalty. >> reporter: according to the complaint, as he moved up the escalator, he looked back at the wounded officer who, in video appeared to move, and returned to shoot the officer again, killing him, ciancia then allegedly gunned down two more tsa officers. a chase through the terminal, ended at the food court, ending at the boarding gate, where airport police shot him four times. >> he made a conscience decision to kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: the fbi said that the handwritten letter found in his bag erased any doubt. the letter, signed b
magazines of ammunition. the fbi says it recovered a handwritten note on ciancia that made it clear he was out to kill multiple tsa officers. authorities say he shot tsa officer gerardo hernandez at point-blank range, sending passengers in the security screening area running for cover. investigators say then ciancia went up an escalator but after apparently spotting hernandez still moving on the floor, he doubled back to shoot him again, killing hernandez. >> there was a pause and so i looked down the escalator and i saw the gunman, he had his gun trained on the guy on the wall there and he shot him twice. >> reporter: in the end, two more tsa officers and a traveler were hit. l.a.x. police shot ciancia several times in the face and neck. he's alive but in his condition, he remains unresponsive. earlier friday morning, ciancia sent his family in new jersey rambling text messages. a woman who says she knows him says ciancia said he was going to commit suicide. the family alerted authorities, who then asked lapd to do a welfare check. if only police had gotten to his place just 45 minute
of the country. what is your reaction to administration position a criminal investigation by the fbi about what is an an tax on an attack on country, which falls in pervue of intelligence agencies and military would be reason to block effort understand better what transpired. lou: it makes no sense. >> we should be ale coconduct a criminal investigation, representatives of people to find out what happened, whether a consulate was burned to ground, ambassador killed and cia driven out, that is serious business, they do not have to have an open hearing, they can do a closed-door hearing to get at the issues with the witnesses that i want to call. and certainly, the government should not be attempting to control those witnesses, and still protect the criminal justice system. by the way, lou, that criminal justice -- investigation on criminal justice side got off on the wrong foot, the next day, we may not have been able to get troops in that night, we could have got troops in the next day, we should have secured consulate, put our flag back up and brought the fbi in to begin an immediate investig
. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hiding in a stall at la international airport while a gunman opened fire. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia targeted workers at the arport and the first victim hernandez shot repeatedly at point blank range. >> he killed multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: and he shot tsa officer james spear and tony grigsby recovering and the fourth was hit in the leg. moments before the attack police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan and a complaint filed in federal court said he had a duffel bag with a rifle and at least five magazines full of ammo and a letter addressing tsa directly and former classmates are stunned remembering him as a loaner. >> he was shy and kept to himself and walking around by himself, didn't really talk to anybody at all. >> i'm absolutely shocked. >> re
of the john f. kennedy assassination." looking through this book it has alleged coverup, the fbi, as well as the commission that investigated kennedy's assassination. overall, what shocked you the most in your research? >> i think a big theme in my book is how much basic evidence of oswald was destroyed and it was destroyed within hours of the president's death. you know, the night after the president died the navy pathologist who carried out the auchs was pushing the original autopsy report and all of his notes from the morgue into his home fireplace and that's just the start. >> okay. why would that be done? well, he said when he got home if night after the autopsy, the night after the assassination, he noticed that all of his notes and the original autopsy report were sustained with the president's blood and he didn't want those documents turned into only grizzly souvenir in a museum some day. he thought he'd destroy them. when the warren commission found out about that, they thought it would give to conspiracy theories. >> zubruder, how critical was that to the investigation? >> it wa
of the attack the fbi interviewed the survivors in germany and it is my belief the survivors never told the fbi there was a protest. jay carney the president and susan rice claimed there was no evidence of an al qaeda connection, it was not preplanned it was a protest spawned by hateful video that went bad. my belief the fbi interviews two days after should be released to the congress so we can see if whether or not there was evidence that there was never a protest. >> is there another way to do th this? janet yellen leading the federal reserve arguably one of the most important positions leading in washington in the coming years ahead. >> absolutely, yes. >> is it fair to hold up one part of government in order to make a point on another? >> is it fair to tell the congress when you have a national security failure like this, we will not make available to you the people who survived the attack so you can make an independent inquiry, is it fair to withhold from the congress a separate branch of the government with oversight responsibilities, the basic evidence about what happened. i don't like h
, but nobody has talked to any of the american survivors and the fbi covered it up and it's what nixon did with watergate and this administration has done it and 60% of americans including half of the democrats believe the president is hiding things about this crisis, and over 62% in the poll i was involved in said they need a special committee and that brings us back to john boehner has been in the tank not standing up for america either. >> we have 177 republican house members signed on for a 90-day committee to investigate this whole thing. and every one has been forced to sign a nondisclosure agreement where they are not allowed to talk to congress. that smacks of cover-up. >> it's a moral outrage. >> this lit up twitter. for those in the mainstream media that offten look at socia media to get a gauge, i think you have to look at the trend and this seems to be a trend. carla has tweeted to me, somebody should made account blg for the inaccurate information put out about benghazi. this is an opportunity, doug, for a democrat. it doesn't have to be the opposition party, for a democrat wh
that irs people have, that f.b.i. people have, that other officials in the government have. they're going to have all of this personal information. so is that going to be subject to fraud? is that going to be subject to identity theft? is that going to be subject to using that information in ways that we never considered in this country? so what we have is not a professional business rollout. we had a political rollout that failed in a huge, huge way. >> because you just said a moment ago that if the president would have told the truth, he would not have been elected. >> he knows he didn't tell the truth. we can say it 7,000 different times. >> the "new york times" says he simply misspoke, mr. johnson. >> he misspoke repeatedly and he knew that this was transformative, that you wouldn't have what you had in the past if you were happy with it. yeah, i guess you'll have some new stuff. but there was always new stuff available under medicaid. there was all a capacity in this country for people to get health care. now we have people that are dying of cancer, as seen in the "wall street journa
attack. in a letter to republican senator lindsey graham, they say because of a year-old f.b.i. investigation and a future criminal prosecution, there are, quote, significant risks and serious concerns about having the survivors submit to congressional interviews. according to graham, that doesn't pass the smell test. >> you can't hide behind a criminal investigation. is that's not a good reason to deny the congress witness statements 48 hours after the attack. >> democrats believe making the witnesses available to congress would create inconsistencies and complicate a trial. >>> the u.s. export-import bank is meeting today to talk about providing more than $1 billion in taxpayer-funded loans for the purchase of six boeing aircraft. the buyer? it would be beomon bangladeshi airlines. that is an airline with a pretty bad record. this is not the first time loans were given like that. loans of that size were expanded by the bank last year all going to foreign airlines and each time boeing was the beneficiary. >> a bus driver hailed a hero. he stopped a woman from jumping off a bri
. just confirmed with the fbi that the gunman is named paul anthony ciancia. they have confirmed it, he's 23 years old. his last kno
into their traitorous minds. >> reporter: the fbi believes ciancia was dropped off here at l.a.x., but they have not yet identified the driver. the 23-year-old remains hospitalized with multiple gunshot wounds. he's been unresponsive medically, but police say they do hope to question him. erica? >> miguel almaguer, thank you. >>> of course, this attack at los angeles international airport has travelers across the country wondering how safe they are. and if there's really any way to prevent a shooting spree like this in an airport. kristen welker is covering that angle. kristen, good morning. >> reporter: lester, good morning to you. tsa officials say they screen about 1.8 million passengers every day, and they say what happened on friday is incredibly rare. still, some security experts say it may be an indication that there should be some changes. in the wake of the shooting at l.a.x., some travelers in this country remain unnerved. >> obviously, all of us were shocked and saddened that we've had another incident. >> it's a surprise and concern for anyone that was there and involved. >> reporter: securi
. fbi investigators say that he left behind a one-page letter, what they call -- also has been called a manifesto in which he said he was specifically targeting tsa agents. it didn't matter whether they were black, white, brown or yellow. apparently that was written inside this manifesto. he seemed to target these individuals because they worked for the federal government and he had some problems with the federal government. we don't know specifically what was in that note. that is still part of the investigation. as for the suspect himself, as you mentioned, he was shot multiple times, at least once in the head. he's in critical condition and he's been unresponsive because of his medical condition. investigators still trying to learn more about the motive today. >> miguel almaguer reporting from l.a.x. thanks so much. >>> a german magazine publishing an open letter it says was penned by nsa leaker edward snowden in what's been titled a manifesto for truth. snowden reportedly writes that calls for surveillance program reforms justify his decision to leak classified information and he
fbi thwart one case. lets stop. make us safer if we have a person follow every single american, every single minute of the day? possibly. do we want that? no. we'll always face at the time in this country but the greatest threat should not be from our own government prying into every single one of our secrets with no accountability whatsoever. we saw that. give secrets away to a 29-year-old subcontractor. another branch of government which gave away some of our most important secrets when a private first class loaded them on his lady gaga cd and walked off with them. no, these are not -- they shouldn't have every single one of our secrets. it's not making us safer. they may want to twist the statistics to make it safer. nobody who really studied this can say this made us safer. >> senator i want to ask about that 29-year-old. there's been talked about edward snowden getting clemency. he has asked for that. should he get clemency? >> no. he's not getting clemency. the fact he broke the law, he stole classified material. what i ask the question is, who has been fired at the nsa for bein
that say the fbi was behind the boston massacre. they should not be allowed to hide. their views should be exposed and the fact they are lying and profiting off of this should be exposed because this is the same thing as people in the middle east who encourage individuals who carry out suicide bombings. not everyone is dumb enough to follow that ideology, obviously enough. but there are a small handful of foolish people out there who unfortunately are willing to follow through with this. they don't understand this is all rhetoric and they are willing to put their actions where their mouth is. and i think it's time that those who spread these ideas are responsible for them. we hold people that spread al qaeda ideologies responsible for that and if you encourage someone to murder a federal employee, you should be held responsible. >> amen, thank you for that and thank you for pointing out more guns is not the answer. reporters standing on chairs and smoking and taking shoes off. this is justice egypt style. richard engel joins us live from cairo next. you really love, what would you do?"
longer. police and the fbi have questioned members of his family in new jersey. ciancia's father tells us he talked to him last week complaining of the economy and not having a job and a roommate in los angeles says all of this comes as a shock. >> never had anger or anything in him. when he was here, nothing. i didn't have any issues with him or anything. he was a really nice job. -- nice guy. a bit loner, introverted but nothing i would ever expect him to do something like this. >> reporter: both state and local official say they have no record of any trouble from before paul ciancia and at a loss to explain this morning why a 23-year-old who apparently didn't fly much would be so angry at the tsa. erica, lester? >> one of the many questions. pete williams, thank you. >>> william bratton was the chief of police in los angeles for seven years until 2009. good morning. not it diminish their role, but tsa are not police officers and not armed guards. anyone to prevent someone from getting through the checkpoints? >> the tsa agents are, in fact, unarmed and you rely largely on airport polic
as anybody over at the cia or fbi or wherever it is. they could produce -- >> they argue that -- i'll run it by you, see what you think. the argumentati i've heard is te are some of the sensitive people who work for the cia or other intelligence agencies and if they start testifying either in open or closed door session, before congress, they have to retire. they, for all practical purposes, can no longer be clandestine officers of the united states. >> my understanding is awhile ago, the national counterterrorism center actually was the lead agency in putting together the definitive timeline for the administration on what happened in benghazi. they went in in closed session, the director of the nctc in the intelligence committee, took the whole intelligence committee through the timeline with video surveillance video and the whole thing and after that, there were folks on the intelligence committee, republicans, saying okay, benghazi is a little different than we were thinking and some of the heat turned down. i don't know if lindsey graham has asked to see that presentation, but other r
morning armed with an assault rifle and five magazines of ammunition. the fbi says it recovered a handwritten note on ciancia that made it clear he was out to kill multiple tsa officers. authorities say he shot tsa officer gerardo hernandez at point-blank range, sending passengers in the security screening area running for cover. investigators say then ciancia went up an escalator but after apparently spotting hernandez still moving on the floor, he doubled back to shoot him again, killing hernandez. >> there was a pause, and so i looked down the escalator and i saw the gunman, he had his gun trained on the guy on the wall there and he shot him twice. >> reporter: in the end, two more tsa officers and a traveler were hit. l.a.x. police shot ciancia several times in the face and neck. he's alive but in his condition, he remains unresponsive. earlier friday morning, ciancia sent his family in new jersey rambling text messages. a woman who says she knows him says ciancia said he was going to commit suicide. the family alerted authorities, who then asked lapd to do a welfare check.
rolled up in a wrestling mat at his high school gym. now, this inquiry by the fbi and federal prosecutors is a huge victory for the teen's family who have argued all along their son was murdered. >> we got to fight for him. if we don't fight, no one will. >> we want justice. we're not stopping until we get justice. >> karen desoto is a defense attorney and former prosecutor. welcome to you. what kind of evidence do federal investigators have to open this informati investigation? >> well, they have the autopsy report from the forensics that was done by the parents. they had the body exhumed. >> a second one? >> a second one, right. they felt confident their son was murdered and have been fighting all along. they got the body exhumed, came up, they did the autopsy, and sure enough, even though there's some bizarre facts about the body being stuffed with newspaper, and that's another controversy, but according to that doctor, it was blunt trauma. >> okay. blunt trauma, as i understand it, to the right side of his neck. put that with the first report that was the straight autopsy in which it
it happened. to that end, we as the seansah family have fully cooperated with the fbi and other law enforcement agencies over the last several days. it's most port for us as a family to express our deep and sincere sympathy to the hernandez family. >> meanwhile, the woman who knows the alleged gunman and his three room mates is sharing details about ciancia and the day of the shooting exclusively with cnn. stephanie elam, let me bring you in. you're live outside l.a.x. first, let's talk about police because we know his parents alerted police. police were within minutes of his apartment on friday morning. >> within minutes. we're talking about 45 minutes, brooke. what we understand happened is that allegedly, paul ciancia sent a text message to his brother and father on that morning, on friday morning, according to this woman who knows ciancia, he said he was going to kill himself. that sent them to call the authorities in their town. they then reached out to the los angeles police department who then went to do a welfare check, but seauns yauz was already gone. he asked another room
weeks from now we'll see the trial of michael steinberg and i assume the fbi continues to try to turn witnesses against him. so i think you can't rule that out in the future, but i would probably not expect it at this point. >> the only reason i ask is because if you remember and you remember so well given -- now we're talking about a $1.8 billion settlement, 600 was already from a prior settlement, some people meant the whole thing was over. here we are they would argue we're sort of double dipping. it seems to me they're taking a second bite at the apple, why not take a third? >> right. i think that's certainly possible. the 600 from earlier this year is an interesting discussion. i think in the hedge 23u7bd cumulatikmu cumulative -- fund community, i think you would have expected this to be tied up. instead you have steve cohen fighting personal charges that he failed to supervise errant employees, which is the nature of a pending civil case against them. and i'm glad you brought it up, actually, because that won't go away with today's settlement. they'll still have to fight that n
is formally reviewing the death of kendrick johnson and the fbi will help. >> i want the truth. >> we have a body. there's a dead body out here. >> the teenager was found dead in a rolled up gym mat at his high school in valdosta, georgia. these clips show his final hours but don't know how his body ended up inside the mat. his parents hope 1900 hours of other imagines from cameras might show more. they believe their son was murdered and someone tried to cover it up. >> we won't stop until we get the truth. >> reporter: local officials concluded his death was an accident. that he fell head first reaching for a shoe and suffocated but in a second autopsy, a private pathologist said it was due to blunt force trauma on his neck. a mystery they hope to sort out. >>> the doctor convicted in michael jackson's death is suing to get his license back. dr. conrad murray says the state of texas pulled his license prematurely. he says he has the right to work until all of his appeals are exhausted in the state of california. >>> boston's world series trophy is making the rounds today. even the ice cou
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